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1) ______ is line on weather map that connects points of equal temps : isotherm
2) Why is the atmosphere heated chiefly by radiation from Earth's surface rather than by direct solar radiation? : About 50% of the solar energy is absorbed at Earth's surface30% is reflected back to space20% is absorbed by clouds and the atmosphere's gases
3) why does the daytime sky usually appear blue if the sky is clear : because molecules in the air scatter blue light from the sun more than they scatter red light
4) ________is the average_____ for a particular region over a long time period. _____ describes the total of all weather occurring over a long period of years in a given place : Climate, weatherClimate
5) How is weather different from climate? : weather is day to day conditions while climate is year to year condition

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 9

met final
chapter 7
1) Day: land hot, water cold : sea breeze
2) Night: water hot, land cold : land breeze
3) Allow earth to spin and simple convection system breaks into a series of cells____ : three-cell general circulation
4) the 3 cells are : -Hadley•Ferrels•Polar
5) a seasonal wind of the Indian Ocean and southern Asia caused by the differences in temperatures between the rapidly heating and cooling landmasses of Africa and Asia is called____ : monsoon

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 12

met final
chapter 6
1) an_______ is a line connecting points on a line with the same air pressure : isobar
2) ________ the horizontal movement of air, is the result of horizontal differences in air pressure : wind
3) what forces generate surface winds? : pressure gradient force
4) Occurs when the pressure gradient force and the Coriolis Force are balanced______ : Geostrophic Flow
5) What general weather conditions are to be expected when the pressure tendency is rising : Rising - This indicates a high pressure center is approaching. Thus one should expect clear, fair weather

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 6

met final Quiz
chapter 8
1) Extremely large body of air is called___ : air mass
2) a_________ is the result of a cold air mass over warm water : lake effect snow
3) a large body of air that has similar temperature and moisture throughout is call ___ mass : air

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 3

met final
chapter 9
1) boundary surfaces that separate air masses of different densities, one usually warmer and more humid than the other is called a ____ : front
2) the different types of front are______ : -Warm–Cold –Stationary-Occluded -Drylines
3) any weather pattern with circulation around a low-pressure zone is called ______ : cyclone
4) the 3 basic type of cyclones are______ : -Midlatitude-Tropical-Tornadoes
5) extra tropical cyclones,largest and generally least extreme is _______cyclones : Midlatitude

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 8

met final
chapter 11
1) A severe tropical cyclone usually with heavy rains and winds moving 119 km per hour is called a ___ : hurricane
2) how is hurricane strength categorized? : 1 to 5
3) what factors inhibit hurricane formation? : cooler SST's, drier air at low levelsstrong trade wind inversion (subsidence created by sub-tropical highs)strong upper-level winds
4) it often produces a devastating storm surge : Once a hurricane makes landfall
5) how do hurricanes generate destruction when they make landfall? : They can generate winds up to 300 mph at a forward speed of 60 mph

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 11

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chapter 12
1) observation and analysis, extrapolation to find the future state of the atmosphere, and prediction of particular variable are the_____ involved in providing weather forecasts. : major steps
2) This is based on the assumption that weather repeats itself is _________ : analogue
3) This method determines the speed and direction of fronts, cyclones, clouds, and precipitation is_____ : trend or Steady-state
4) uses the power of computers to make a forecast_____ : Numerical Weather Prediction
5) What advantage do geostationary satellites have over polar satellites : much higher altitude of 22,236 miles

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 8

met final
chapter 13
1) ________ are emitted directly from identifiable sources : primary pollutants
2) _____ pollutants are produced via chemical reactions in the atmosphere with primary pollutants : secondary
3) originally meant the combining of smoke and fog is ______ : smog
4) It is a condition that develops when primary pollutants (oxides of nitrogen and volatile organic compounds created from fossil fuel combustion) interact under the influence of sunlight to produce a mixture of hundreds of different and hazardous chemicals known as secondary pollutants is _____ : photochemical smog
5) a major component of photochemical smog is____ : ozone

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 10

met final
chapter 14
1) what techniques have scientist utilized to reconstruct our past climate : Proxy data
2) describe the global temperature trend since the industrial revolution : Since late 1800's, we've been in a warming trend.–Average temperatures has increased by about 1°C.–The eight hottest years of this century have occurred since 1979.–During the 20thcentury, the earth’s surface temperature increased by about 0.6°C (~1oF
3) when physical processes in the earth-atmosphere system further impact the initial change it called the_____________ : feedback mechanism
4) some natural causes of climate change are______ : Volcanic Eruptions,Variation in Solar Radiation,El Niño
5) Rise in sea level–Land areas will warm more rapidly –Additional CO2–Uneven precipitation –Complex polar region interactions –CO2 may fertilize plants are some_____ of global warming : consequences

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 5

¿QUÉ ES LO QUE SABES DEL CIBERBULLYING? Quiz

1) Si un desconocido te pide que le envíes una foto por Internet, ¿qué harías? : No contestarle, avisar a mis padres y abandonar la conexión.
2) Si alguna vez te obligan a hacer o decir algo que no quieras en Internet, ¿qué sería lo correcto? : No hacer caso, nadie puede obligarme a hacer eso.
3) Si un amigo te confiesa que se está siendo obligado a hacer o decir cosas por Internet, ¿cómo actuarías? : Le digo que se lo cuente a sus padres, ellos sabrán cómo ayudarle.
4) Si en una página web observas comentario raros u ofensivos, ¿qué habría que hacer? : Salirme de ella y contactar con el gestor de la página para contarle lo que está pasando.
5) El Ciberbullying es el acoso entre iguales en el entorno TIC, e incluye actuaciones de chantaje e insultos de niños a otros niños. : True

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 13

¿QUÉ SABES DEL CIBERBULLYING?

1) El Ciberbullying es... : Acoso entre iguales en el entorno TIC.
2) ¿El Ciberbullying se da solamente en Internet? : True
3) Si alguna vez te obligan a hacer o decir algo que no quieres en Internet, ¿qué harías en primer lugar? : Ignorar las provocaciones y avisar a un adulto.
4) Si un amigo te confiesa que se siente obligado a hacer o decir cosas por Internet, ¿cómo actuarías? : Le digo que se lo cuente a sus padres porque ellos sabrán cómo ayudarle.
5) Si un desconocido te pide una fotografía por Internet, ¿qué harías? : No contestarle, contárselo a mis padres y abandonar la conexión.

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 7

met final Quiz
chater 10
1) what are thunderstorms : A low pressure cell with precipitation, gusty winds, lightening, and thunder
2) where would you expect thunderstorms to be most common on earth? and the US? : in the US around the Gulf of Mexico, and where there warm moiture
3) what is an air mass thunderstom : also called ordinary cell thunderstorm it's a thunderstorm produced by local convection within a conditionally unstable air mass.
4) what is a severe thunderstom : is an alert issued when trained storm spotters or a Doppler weather radar indicate that a thunderstorm is producing or will soon produce dangerously large hail or high winds, capable of causing significant damage.
5) how does a severe thunderstorms differ from an air mass thunderstorm : These can cause floods, hail, or tornadoes, 93 km winds, Do not quickly dissipate and are active for hours, very strong updrafts that continue to build next to big cell

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 13

met final
cht 1
1) how does climate differ from weather : Climate is the average weather for a particular region over a long time period. Climate describes the total of all weather occurring over a long period of years in a given place.
2) the basic element of weather and climate are : Air temperatureAir humidityType and amount of cloudsType and amount of precipitationAir pressureSpeed and direction of wind
3) what are the major constituents of the atmosphere : 78.09% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.039% carbon dioxide, and small amounts of other gases. Air also contains a variable amount of water vapor, on average around 1% at sea level, and 0.4% over the entire atmosphere.
4) which component of the atmosphere are the most important meterologically : water vapor and carbon dioxide
5) how is atmospheric pressure defined : the pressure exerted by the weight of the atmosphere, which at sea level has a mean value 14.6959 pounds per square inch).

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 8

5uw
5u5u
1) 4y : y
2) 4y : 4y
3) 4y : u6
4) 65 : 65u
5) 65u : 56u

Created on May 03, 2016
# of questions: 7

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